General English

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Course Overview

Students who would like to focus on conversation, fluency-building, and global culture topics will benefit from General English. This course will encourage interaction through language tasks in variety of topics. There will be several activities involving reading, speaking and listening. While working broadly on the speaking skills, the course will focus on two major areas. First, students will be aware of the conversational skills an English language user needs to engage in on-going, interactive process. Second, it will tackle a variety of social situations that arise in daily life, which require developed conversational skills and cultural knowledge.

16 Available Levels
Pre A1 - C2 CEFR Levels

Beginner 1

Equals to CEFR Level A1.1

Learning Goals

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

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Differentiate formal and informal greetings. Determine suitable responses for greetings. Apply learned expressions through role-playing. Identify physical greetings from around the world. Distinguish and produce the /b/ and /v/ sounds.

Identify words that describe oneself. Determine parts of the face. Define and categorize adjectives that describe physical appearance and personality. Use adjectives to describe people’s physical appearance and personality. Introduce oneself to others with adjectives of physical appearance and personality. Apply verb of be to describe personality. Distinguish and practice pronunciation of /s/ and /t/.

Distinguish first names and last names and common titles. Pronounce English alphabet and spell names. Ask and answer personal information, Recognize the names of countries. Distinguish and produce the /a:/ and /æ/ sounds.

Identify different countries and capitals. Name nationalities and languages of countries. Ask and answer questions about ones’ origin, nationality, and language. Use subject pronouns to give personal information. Use yes-no questions to ask about someone’s origin, nationality, and language. Distinguish and produce the eɪ and the aɪ sound.

Beginner 2

Equals to CEFR Level A1.2

Learning Goals

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

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Recognize the differences of body language in around the world. Identify some actions related to the body language. Use passive forms in the sentences. Use adverb of manners in the sentences. Distinguish and produce the /b/ and /v/ sounds.

Classify different environmental problems. List ways to help save the Earth. Understand modal verbs: ‘should’ and ‘shouldn’t’. Assemble proper sentences using jumbled words. Comprehend the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle. Practice simple tongue twister. Differentiate the /s/ and /th/ sounds.

Identify different types of extreme sports. Use a / an and adjective properly to describe a travel experience. Use ‘very’ in a sentence to add emphasis.
Write a trip plan using mind map. Distinguish and produce minimal pairs sounds.

Identify healthy and unhealthy habits. Match photos with their description and explain how each helps one stay healthy. Use gerunds in creating sentences related to health. Discuss the frequency of one’s daily activities and routines that affects one’s health. Practice pronunciation of long and short vowel sounds using tongue twister.

Beginner 3

Equals to CEFR Level A2.1

Learning Goals

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

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Define greetings. Differentiate formal and formal situations. Determine the proper greetings to be used in formal and informal situations. Respond appropriately to different greetings. Provide and ask for personal information. Use correct be verbs to complete sentences. Determine common greetings around the world. Practice enunciation of words with /t/ and /d/ sounds.

Distinguish hobby from sport. Identify hobbies that are popular among people.
Differentiate indoor and outdoor activities. Categorize hobbies into indoor or outdoor activities. Use adverbs of frequency to talk about how often an activity is done. Determine the importance of having a hobby. Apply subordinating clause with ‘to’ to introduce purpose. Practice enunciation of words with /b/ and /p/ sounds.

Identify people’s physical characteristics. Use ‘has’ and ‘have got’ to describe people’s appearances. Ask and answer to describe people’s appearances and personalities. Apply order of adjectives to describe a person. Use comparatives to further describe a person. Practice pronunciation through minimal pairs /sh/ and /ch/ sounds.

Define what weather and seasons are. Discuss one’s favorite weather and season. Identify different seasons and their characteristics. Identify different climate zones. Use of adverbs of degree to talk about the intensity of a weather. Tackle various weather-related hazards. Implement the use of first conditional sentences to talk about the seasons and weather. Determine how the weather affects people. Practice enunciation of words with /s/, /w/, and /th/ sounds.

Beginner 4

Equals to CEFR Level A2.2

Learning Goals

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

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Define what a town is. Illustrate what people do in different places in town. Apply adjectives to describe places. Determine the correct preposition of place and direction that would complete the sentences. Create responses to someone asking directions using the expressions learned related to the topic. Discuss the world’s most beautiful places to live. Practice enunciating words with t and b sounds.

Define what a television is. Apply adjectives in sentences to describe TV shows. Devise opinions towards TV shows using expressions to express opinions. Generate questions with Do and Does. Identify the kinds of TV Shows. Label the different parts of the TV. Pronounce words with t, z, p, and d sounds correctly.

Identify and name common ailments. Recognize various vocabularies related to medication. Using relative clauses to talk about health. Use “to” in sentences to introduce the purpose of a statement. Discuss the pros and cons of traditional medicine and modern medicine. Evaluate different types of remedies for common ailments. Distinguish different phonic sounds.

Define what internet is. Interpret logos and websites one uses to browse online. Use can, could and may to make polite requests. Comprehend vocabularies related to the topic. Pronounce words with t and d sounds correctly.

Beginner 5

Equals to CEFR Level A2.3

Learning Goals

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

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Define what personality is. Identify personality types suitable for various jobs.
Recognize different adjectives including their synonyms and antonyms to describe personality. Use adjectives to give meaning to ones name. Talk about what first impression is. Explore people’s insecurities. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to personality. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Determine the reasons why people work. Utilize proper phrasal verbs to talk about workplaces. Define and discuss words related to jobs. Tackle top stressful jobs and dream jobs. Give recommendations on how to handle common office troubles.
Use adverbs of frequency appropriately to talk about jobs. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to jobs. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Define what family is. Recognize types of family structures, their merits and demerits. Determine the roles of each member of a family. Discuss the issues families face today. Identify phrasal verbs and idiomatic expressions related to family. Use the comparative and superlative forms of adjective to talk about family members. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Define what deep dark fear is. Identify common fears and signs of fear.
Utilize first conditionals to talk about what someone would do in some uncontrollable situations. Define phobias and recognize their common kinds. Explore fear of spiders through a reading passage. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to fear. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Beginner 6

Equals to CEFR Level A2.4

Learning Goals

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

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Define superstition. Recognize superstitions that bring about good and bad luck. Justify a stand related to scale of luck and skills. Formulate questions to ask a fortune teller. Use first conditionals to tell about superstitious beliefs. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to superstitions and beliefs. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Describe how mobile phones have evolved. Define internet and internet device (MID). Identify the uses of internet. Recognize words and expressions that are internet-related. Justify a stand on internet-related issues. Provide advice on how to use the internet safely. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to weather. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Identify environment issues and concerns. Comprehend a text about Earth Hour.
Use learned vocabularies related to environment. Identify how environment affects our life. Use affect and effect in sentences. Examine the causes and effect of environmental issues and concerns. Identify several ways to protect the environment using ‘should’ and ‘shouldn’t’. Discuss some questions about environmental issues and concerns. Understand some idiomatic expressions related to the topic. Practice lounge twisters and minimal pairs.

Name popular cuisines all around the world. Recognize and use food-related vocabulary words and collocations. Describe one’s favorite restaurant and food using appropriate adjectives. Be familiar with and utilize phrasal verbs and idioms in own sentences. Practice tongue twisters and minimal pairs.

Intermediate 1

Equals to CEFR Level B1.1

Learning Goals

Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

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Define what constitutes addiction to shopping. Conduct self-assessment to determine addiction to shopping. Explore cause and effects of addiction to shopping. Use common expression to talk about cause and effect. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to shopping. Practice commonly mispronounced words in English.

Differentiate Emigrate and Immigrate. Discuss one’s thoughts about moving or living abroad. Explore reasons why people decide to immigrate. Use phrasal verbs related to immigrating to other countries. Define idiomatic expressions related to traveling. Practice pronunciation commonly mispronounced words in English.

Define what a bucket list is. Explore things you can do before one kicks the bucket. Talk about ones dream and wishes using some common collocations. Use second conditional to talk about imaginary or hypothetical situations. Discuss idiomatic expressions related to dreams. Practice pronunciation of words with silent consonant letters.

Define what aging is. Describe physical signs of aging. Explore how lifestyle choices affect aging. Use phrasal verbs to talk about aging. Tell one’s worries by using common collocations in English. Practice pronunciation commonly mispronounced words in English.

Intermediate 2

Equals to CEFR Level B1.2

Learning Goals

Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

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Define beauty and real beauty. Explain idiomatic expression related to beauty. Discuss the impact of beauty and looks in our society. Use adverbs of degree in describing people and things. Identify and recite words by using phonetic symbols.

Identify and establish SMART goals. Use future perfect tense in expressing future goals. Evaluate tips that can help make it easier to set and reach goals. Explore useful idiomatic expression when talking about goals. Recite correctly commonly mispronounced words in English.

Identify things or situations that make people angry. Apply useful expression in expressing anger. Express wishes accurately by using “I wish”. Express ones thoughts a feelings about managing and handling stressful situations. Identify and recite words by using phonetic symbols.

Define generation gap. Differentiate different generations today. Discuss the impact of different generation in life and in the workplace. Use present perfect tense in describing trends. Recite correctly commonly mispronounced words in English.

Intermediate 3

Equals to CEFR Level B1.3

Learning Goals

Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

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Determine the greetings used with different people in different situations. Define greeting and categorize greetings accordingly to its formality. Retell a story and recognize the importance of greetings. Supply the correct responses to various statements. Talk about bizarre names. Use verb to be and possessive nouns in breaking the ice. Produce sentences using expressions related to names. Practice tongue twisters to improve pronunciation.

Rank inventions according to their usefulness in human lives. Define science and technology. Interpret the relationship among science, technology and sociey. Derive vocabulary from crossword puzzle and use them properly in sentences. Justify the use of security cameras in certain areas. Determine when to use will and be going to forms of simple future tense. Use simple future tense forms to talk about predictions. Produce sentences using idioms related to science and technology.

Discuss the importance of describing people. Use vocabulary and idiomatic expressions related to appearance and personality to describe people. Use correct of order of adjectives in describing things and people. Explore reasons why people want to look good. Identify words related to appearance and personality. Use quantifiers to describe people. Describe ideal personality of people.

Enumerate the things one does for fun. Define what entertainment is and its benefits. Identify places of entertainment and audiences it amuses. Construct questions in different forms. Derive vocabulary from crossword puzzle and use them properly in sentences. Justify what needs to be improved in cinemas. Compare worldwide music preference to one’s own taste in music. Discuss different platforms used for modern entertainment. Interpret idiomatic expressions through context clues. Choose the odd one in a group of words and pronounce them properly.

Intermediate 4

Equals to CEFR Level B1.4

Learning Goals

Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

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Define what natural environment means. Identify natural environmental elements. Recognize the importance of World Environment Day. Infer relevant information from the provided text. Explore how people could help save the environment. Employ past simple and past continuous tense in sentences correctly. Discuss how five inventions could be of use for planet earth. Match phrasal verbs related to the environment with their correct definition. Identify the correct pronunciation of commonly mispronounced words.

Identify and discuss different types of restaurants. List down parts of a full course meal. Rate the things that bother people when dining in a restaurant. Fill out a comment card from a restaurant. Explore Mukbang videos trend and its effect on people. Use advance vocabulary to describe taste of food.

Describe what the tourism industry consists of. Explain the positive (+) and the negative (-) sides of the tourism industry. Select relevant information from the provided text. Define certain vocabulary from the provided text. Use first conditional to talk about travelling. Discuss topics related to travelling and the tourism industry

Define what festival is and how it affect our lives. Name different kinds of festivals and celebrations around the world. Talk about the most popular festival in the country. Discuss festivals add structure to our society and its effect on our lives. Explore the Diwali festival in India and in the world. Use narrative tenses to talk about festivals. Use common celebratory phrasal verbs in a sentence. Practice intonation of different types of sentences.

Intermediate 5

Equals to CEFR Level B2.1

Learning Goals

Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

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Define what an entry-level job is. Discuss the factors that employees look for in a job around the world. Identify top skills for the future workforce and asses one’s skills. Evaluate aspects related to employability. Construct sentences using “used to” and “would” to express past habits. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues. Distinguish the silent letters and pronounce words.

Define the difference between being busy and being productive. Evaluate one’s lifestyle to determine how busy one is. Identify personality traits and their meanings.
Discuss 6 Tips For Better Work-Life Balance. Differentiate the use of past perfect tense and past perfect continuous tense. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues. Distinguish the silent letters and pronounce words.

Define what personal intelligence is. Interpret various quotations related to personality. Identify personality traits and their meanings. Discuss the 4 Types of Personality. Describe people of different occupations using compound adjectives to express what personality each should posses. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues. Distinguish the silent letters and pronounce words.

Define what Multiculturalism is. Identify vocabularies related to the topic. Discuss one’s own ethnic group and ethnic groups present in one’s country. Appraise benefits and challenges cultural diversity in the workplace. Use the mixed second/third conditional in expressing worries one would have had if one were an immigrant. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues. Distinguish the which words have the long and short /i/ sounds and pronounce them.

Intermediate 6

Equals to CEFR Level B2.2

Learning Goals

Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

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Differentiate reaction and response. Evaluate one self’s emotional intelligence. Use vocabularies related to the topic in sentences. Discuss 10 tips to help you take control of your emotions. Employ the use of various structures of cause and effect in inevitable situations. Define phrasal idiomatic expressions using context clues. Distinguish the words being asked using the details given and pronounce them correctly.

Analyze how much sleep each type of individual need. Determine the importance of sleep. Distinguish the fact from myths about sleep. Arrange ideas learned using a graphic organizer. Learn various ways and techniques to induce sleep. Use cohesive devices of cause and effect in discussing factors affecting sleep. Apply sleep-related idioms in one’s own sentences. Define what a blended consonant is. Recognize the L-blend sound in words.

Recognize different factors that affect one’s food choice. Evaluate one self’s cravings using adjectives and give examples. Use vocabularies related to the topic in sentences. Discuss an article about eating the right food. Employ the use of quantifiers in sentences and talking about things one would consider in choosing a restaurant. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues. Distinguish the whether the highlighted sounds are the same and pronounce them correctly.

Define what ethical living is. Relate the concept of ethical living with its practical application in daily life. Match and pair words associated with ethical living. Explore child labor and environmental damages fast fashion does. Use let and allow in sentences. Justify their stance on the importance of ethical living. Practice pronouncing words with silent letters.

Advanced 1

Equals to CEFR Level C1.1

Learning Goals

Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

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Define etiquette and manners. Recognize cultural manner matters. Give details and examples to relate vocabulary to the topic. Employ polite phrases to make polite requests in different situations. Evaluate rules of etiquette one wants to change with the use of linking words. Appraise sentences and identify the misplaced modifiers. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define the concept of predicting the future. Test listening and comprehension through the talk about “Will robots take our jobs?”. State the part of speech of the words related to the topic. Express one’s prediction on different aspects of life. Figure the different uses of will and would in sentences. Discuss the Prediction of Future Outcomes and what objects might exist in the future. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define the concept of education. Test listening and comprehension through the talk about “Poverty and Education”. State synonymous and antonymous words related to the topic. Recognize the types of education and appraise the merits and demerits. Express one’s opinion about issues facing education and how to make them better. Construct sentences with correct capitalization. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define the what Fear Food is. Test listening and comprehension through the talk about food. Employ partitives in examples. Restate different ways of how food is cooked. Express one’s idea of food superstitions. Figure the different quantifiers and their purpose and rules. Discuss Cibophobia and the 13 food phobias that exist. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Advanced 2

Equals to CEFR Level C1.2

Learning Goals

Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

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Define what socioeconomic status is. Retell the social classes of ancient Greece by utilizing narrative tenses. Discuss the causes of poverty and inequality. Explore possible solutions to alleviate poverty and inequality. Recognize the new seven social classes in UK. Express knowledge and ideas about amassing fortunes with the use of emphasis. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Recognize how important decision making is and variety of ways people do it. Define what FOBO is and how it influences a person to make faster decisions. Enumerate the types of stakes in decision making. Appraise the function of the Decision Making Wheel in our daily lives. Discuss why humans make irrational decisions and contributing factors. Use the third conditional in talking about the hardest decisions one has made and what could have been done. Formulate expressions using delexical verbs and relate them to personal/professional decisions one has made. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define what a foodie and foodie culture is. Identify the factors affecting food choice and preference. Describe a food festival and visualize one’s own. Use inverted sentences to talk about what it takes to become a foodie. Determine the correct phrasal verbs to complete the sentences.

Define what hierarchy of needs means. Explain what the hierarchy of needs consists of. Explore the shifting perception of how society views needs in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Infer relevant information from the provided text. Enumerate their necessities in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic based on the hierarchy of needs. Breakdown how one fulfills/passes through one need after another. Employ types of word formation to name the many ways one can fulfill their needs. Discuss relevant points on hierarchy of needs with regard to its application in real life.

Advanced 3

Equals to CEFR Level C2.1

Learning Goals

Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

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Discuss quotations about driving. Define anger and road rage. Justify a stand on a driving-related issue. Complete sentence with useful expressions related to anger. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Determine the positive side anger and the ways to manage it. Recognize and discuss various road symbol signals. Give directions following proper grammatical structures. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

Discuss vocabulary related to the mind and mental health. Define what mental health is. Distinguish facts from hoaxes in mental-related issues. Use expressions containing the word mind to complete sentences. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Recognize the importance, challenges and responses to mental health. Ask specific questions about mental health related topics. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

Discuss different parts of a newspaper. Define what news is and identify its relevance. Recognize vocabulary that are news-related and use them properly in context. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Report news based on provided headlines. Use context clues to determine the meaning of expressions related to news. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

Compare and contrast the situation from before and the present. Define what sustainable development is. Justify a stand on sustainability-related issue. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Recognize the goals and the essential pillars of sustainability. Rank and discuss global problems. Use modals to talk about initiatives to aid achieving sustainability. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

Advanced 4

Equals to CEFR Level C2.2

Learning Goals

Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

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Discover notable whistleblowers and assess how their whistleblowing initiative affected them. Define what whistleblowing means. Explain the origin of the terminology ‘whistleblowing’. Argue how society should perceive whistleblowers based on certain points of consideration. Recognize the use of certain vocabularies from a recording using context clues. Interpret and explain the content of infographics. Explore the undertaking of an American scientist working in tobacco industry in disclosing classified company data. Assess whether given scenarios should be reported by contemplating the aspects surrounding each situation. Identify and correct the error found in each sentence.

Discover how the pet cloning procedure is conducted. Explain the basic knowledge of the cloning technology. Argue whether scientists should delve more into the possibility of human cloning. Recognize the use of certain vocabularies from a recording using context clues. Interpret and explain the content of an infographic. Explore the entire chronicle of a clone sheep named Dolly. Assess whether a cloning procedure should be conducted in every given scenario.
Identify and correct the error found in each sentence.

Conclude how online personalized ads are tailored and what they have to do with internet cookies. Discover how psychologists and scientists are involved in the advertising industry. Argue whether advertisements should be restricted or regulated in any ways. Recognize the use of certain vocabularies from a recording using context clues. Identify how misleading ads work. Explore the use of science and psychology in the making of advertisements. Infer relevant information from the provided text. Examine whether the tricks/tactics employed in advertisements are scientifically and psychologically valid. Identify and correct the error found in each sentence.

Categorize what people are passionate about based on their age group. Describe what passion is and how passion can drive people. Argue whether one should be doing what they love or do what pays. Recognize the use of certain vocabularies from a recording using context clues. Interpret and explain the content of infographics. Discover the problem that lies within the concept of the pursuit of passion. Infer relevant information from the provided text. Assess and reflect their potential/probable passion using provided prompts. Identify and correct the error found in each sentence.

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